At its core, the CAMM is a highly collaborative multidisciplinary research organization. Research projects are often developed that integrate emerging sensors, actuators, structures, control mechanisms, and configuration technologies into appropriate mobile platforms. As such, numerous projects in the CAMM involve research teams from other laboratories. Several laboratories currently collaborating with the CAMM are briefly described below.
Lead Professor: Dr. Julian Rimoli
The Computational Solid Mechanics Laboratory conducts research within the broad field of computational mechanics of materials and structures. They take particular interest in aerospace applications involving multiphysics and multiscale modeling of solids.
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Lead Professor: Dr. Jonathan Rogers
The Intelligent Robotics and Emergent Automation Lab at Georgia Tech conducts research at the intersection of vehicle design, dynamic analysis, and control system engineering toward the overall goal of developing and improving actively-controlled robotic systems. Projects vary in scope from preliminary design of new vehicle configurations to simulation and flight test of novel control algorithms. Specific emphasis is placed on developing a fundamental understanding of theoretical principles with a focus on applying theory to solve real-world problems. The lab currently operates several ground and aerial robotic vehicles, enabling end-to-end engineering design and analysis through theoretical development, simulation, and implementation on actual vehicle platforms.
Lead Professor: Dr. Massimo Ruzzene
The Vibration and Wave Propagation Laboratory conducts research in metamaterials, structural health monitoring, structural dynamics, and vibroacoustics.